#132 – Madeleine Brown

Madeleine Brown is a Toronto-based actor. Select acting credits: Imp (Filament Incubator/Epigraph Collective), Seasons (Toronto Fringe), Madeleine Says Sorry (Toronto Fringe), She Kills Monsters (Orphaned Egret) and Rowing (Chrysalis Workshop/Then They Fight/Filament Incubator). A Loran Scholar and 2016/2017 Nightwood Theatre Young Innovator, she is a graduate of Sheridan College/UTM and has trained with Theatre Gargantua, Mermaid Theatre, Second City and Pro Actors Lab. She serves as a volunteer with L’Arche Toronto’s Sol Express, a performance troupe for adults with developmental disabilities and has assisted under such directors as Diana Leblanc and Tamara Bernier Evans. Her debut play, Madeleine Says Sorry, premiered at the 2017 Toronto Fringe.

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When Beatrice Little sinks her potato-based start-up, she must ascend the ranks of an imposing pyramid scheme in order to rebuild her career.

From the “whip smart” losers behind 2017 Toronto Fringe sellout, Madeleine Says Sorry, comes a twisted comedy about entrepreneurial failure, commercialized feminism and how to sell a shit-ton of t-shirts.

Tickets: https://fringetoronto.com/festivals/fringe/event/everyone-wants-t-shirt

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- 3 days ago

Stageworthy host, @philrickaby will be hosting a livestreamed chat with theatre-maker Eliza Martin to talk about adapting her Fringe Festival hit "Harvey and the Extraordinary" into a book. Join them on October 28 at 7:30PM EDT: https://t.co/wZDCN0BKJS #theaTO #CanLit https://t.co/uIjlDkxF0x
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- 17 days ago

@literasyme Hah! If only I could help with that.
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- 17 days ago

Its always been important to me that the podcast is a service to the Canadian theatre scene. Which brings the question: what does the Canadian theatre scene actually need?
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- 18 days ago

@philrickaby: Announcing the title of my holiday audio drama coming in November! It Sees You When You're Sleeping: a 6 part audio drama for those who like some horror in their holiday cheer. Watch here, or go to https://t.co/DEPofGSgQm to sign up for updates. #itseesyousleeping #audiodrama https://t.co/4CCpvzy1AN
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- 19 days ago

@philrickaby: On this episode of @stageworthypod, I announce that after 6-ish years of producing Stageworthy on a weekly basis, that I'll be taking a bit of a break (probably a couple of months). https://t.co/qdR4m3kqnT
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